Efficacy of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on calculative ability in individual with left hand dominance
Alternate hypothesis: Calculative ability will significantly improve with tDCS in individuals with right hemisphere dominance. Null hypothesis: Calculative ability will not significantly improve with tDCS in individuals with right hemisphere dominance. Data shows there was significance improvement in interventional group in comparison to control group In Data analysis first, I have find the normality as my data was not normal so i used non-parametric test for within group and between group analysis.
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Data recruited from Maharishi Markandeshwar institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Mullana, ambala-haryana,133203 Material and Method:- 40 participants with left hand dominance within age group between 18-35 years. Participants recruited by purposive sampling method for this study and allotted into control (n=20) and experimental group (n=20) randomly. The experimental group received active tDCS (20mins,2mA) & control group received sham tDCS. The duration of intervention 3 days a week for 4 weeks. Pre and post treatment outcome assessed with saint louis university mental status examination (SLUMS) and Montreal cognitive assessment (MoCA)